The stunning 55m Amels superyacht 4YOU is offering an exceptional 10% off the remaining weeks in September, cruising the West Mediterranean. Launched in 2012, her interior styling is the work of Laura Sessa Romboli, while her naval architecture was completed in-house by Amels. Up to 10 charter guests are accommodated over 6 cabins.
Her interior décor is elegantly appointed. An open plan main salon features a full-service wet bar aft, social lounge centred and formal dining forward. Neutral tones in pale hues of off-white and grey offer a soothing relaxed ambiance with a definitive sophistication. Surrounding panoramic windows bring in fabulous natural light and offer up endless views. On the upper deck is a generous sky-lounge, boasting an abundance of plush seating, wet bar and piano.
M/Y 4YOU has an impressive exterior living, situated over 3 levels, providing charter guests with plenty of relaxing or entertaining options. A shaded aft deck has outdoor furnishings with comfortable seating and a table, ideal for gathering with friends and family. Further aft, steps lead to the swim platform and exciting myriad of water toys available. Her upper deck aft hosts an alfresco dining table and has partial shade. There is a seating area located on the upper deck forward of the bridge, with cocktail tables. On the sundeck, dine alfresco, soak up the sun on the chaise loungers, unwind in the deluxe Jacuzzi, while sipping refreshing beverages from the wet bar. In addition, the sundeck offers gym equipment for those on a fitness regime.
Accommodation on the Amels yacht is over 6 cabins, for 10 charter guests. The master stateroom is on the main deck forward with a full beam layout, seating area and private office. A twin cabin adjacent to the master is available for families with children. On the lower deck are 2 double and 2 twin cabins, each of the twins are versatile and convert to double cabins.
Zero speed stabilizers ensure reduced motion at all times, while twin MTU 1450hp engines power the yacht, with speeds achieved of 14 – 16 knots.